Hell, he even did the 20 push-ups after popping up as Willie Mays Hayes.
What happens if you take standard junk food and dress it up like a delicacy? Fancy Fast Food has the amusing answers, in picture form.
Friend of AG.com Thor Nystrom recently interviewed William Hung and wrote a profile of him for the Brainerd Dispatch, which is by far the best sentence I've typed this week.
This list of the "top 10 female child stars who became hotties" is pretty good, although after growing up watching Who's the Boss? the notion of someone other than Alyssa Milano/Sam Micelli in the No. 1 spot seems absurd. I'm happy to see the forever underrated Linda Cardellini/Lindsay Weir get some respect, although it's amusing to note that she was 24 years old when Freaks and Geeks debuted.
There's a new gang at the Minneapolis Star Tribune called "The Investigators." Cheesy name aside, I'm glad to see the Star Tribune focused on unique, meaty content rather than the fluff and cookie-cutter Associated Press reprints that too often litter the newspaper's pages. Plus, any setup that allows Paul McEnroeto do his thing is a good idea.
For some reason Keeley Hazell hasn't done many photo shoots lately, but when she does it's easy to remember why she's the reigning Official Fantasy Girl of AG.com.
Minnesota Public Radio has advice on "how college kids can get a job," although "quit school, start a blog, and do it every day for years and years without getting paid" was surprisingly not on the list.
Get the 22nd edition of the New York Times bestselling Baseball Prospectus Annual. Edited by Aaron Gleeman, it features a foreword from Twins pitcher Glen Perkins, a Twins team chapter written by Gleeman and Parker Hageman, and 600 pages of analysis, projections, essays, rankings, and in-depth coverage of all 30 teams.